On Thu Aug 26 10, Jim Bryant wrote:
> oh freaking wow!!!
> 
> this just got weirder!!!

just found PR 139144. maybe that's the cause for the problem? are you loading a
a specific keymap?

i'm using german.iso

cheers.
alex

> 
> i haven't had the two-press thing again, but since you listed the status 
> of the keys themselves, i decided to check just now...
> 
> numlock off = numbers
> numlock on = cursor pad
> 
> we have two different behaviors here.  please double check yours just in 
> case.  i just double-checked, my keypad is operating opposite the way it 
> should be.
> 
> motherboard: intel dq45ek, most recent bios (mid august), numlock 
> defaults to on in bios cmos setting.
> 
> just in case, i double-checked, my external keypad is hooked up to the 
> laptop, not this - no conflicts there.
> 
> xorg is configured or default behavior, as is kde4.
> 
> this might be a xorg or kde issue.  i just checked syscons.  normal 
> behavior there.  nums only when numlock is on.
> 
> in kde system settings: "leave unchanged" is the enabled option.
> 
> if you have kde4 installed (or any other wm) please check under x for 
> reverse behavior.
> 
> Alexander Best wrote:
> >On Thu Aug 26 10, Jim Bryant wrote:
> >  
> >>when you had to press it twice, was that only for the first attempt, and 
> >>did pressing it once after that turn it off?  and once after that, on?
> >>    
> >
> >exactly. it might be a bit easier to understand if i explain it this way:
> >
> >instance     |       num lock led    |       number keys working
> >---------------      | --------------------- | -------------------------
> >no key press |       on              |       no
> >1st key press        |       on              |       no
> >2nd key press        |       off             |       no
> >3rd key press        |       on              |       yes
> >4th key press        |       off             |       no
> >5th key press        |       on              |       yes
> >...
> >
> >(key press refering to the num lock key)
> >
> >cheers.
> >alex
> >
> >  
> >>i just read your note here, and the following one about the long delays 
> >>(kern/99538), and was able to duplicate the two-press thing.
> >>
> >>amd64 here, under kde, and the keyboard is a compaq pos ps/2 via a 
> >>generic mouse/kb dongle/adapter for usb i got on ebay from hong kong:
> >>
> >>ukbd1: <vendor 0x13ba Generic USB K/B, class 0/0, rev 1.10/0.01, addr 2> 
> >>on usbus2
> >>ums1: <vendor 0x13ba Generic USB K/B, class 0/0, rev 1.10/0.01, addr 2> 
> >>on usbus2
> >>
> >>it seems that the press-twice scenario was only needed the first 
> >>attempt.  normal behaviour after that.
> >>
> >>8.1-stable last cvsup/build:
> >>
> >>FreeBSD orb.electron-tube.net 8.1-STABLE FreeBSD 8.1-STABLE #0: Wed Aug 
> >>25 03:44:55 CDT 2010     
> >>jbry...@orb.electron-tube.net:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/ORB  amd64
> >>
> >>
> >>Alexander Best wrote:
> >>    
> >>>hi there,
> >>>
> >>>i have a very tiny num lock issue with ukbd on HEAD (amd64; r211393). in 
> >>>my
> >>>bios i have enabled the "boot with num lock enabled" feature. when i 
> >>>fire up
> >>>freebsd the num lock light on my keyboard is on. however the num lock 
> >>>keys
> >>>don't work. if i press the num lock button once nothing happens. if i 
> >>>hit it
> >>>twice the num lock led goes off. to make the num lock feature work i 
> >>>have to
> >>>actually hit the num lock key thrice.
> >>>
> >>>is this a known issue?
> >>>
> >>>cheers.
> >>>alex
> >>>
> >>> 
> >>>      
> >
> >  

-- 
a13x
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